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. >> reporter: six officials from beijing's environment department met with tokyo officials. >> translator: we set tokyo's standards as our goal in the field of air pollution. we're looking forward to getting many good results. >> reporter: air pollution in china, including the capital city hit unsafe levels earlier this month. beijing has taken measures to cut the pollutant pm 2.5 by more than 25% by 2017. the plan includes the construction of a thermal power plant using natural gas instead of coal. they will also introduce eco friendly commuter buses. a tokyo environmental official explained what they have done to combat air pollution over the last 50 years. pollution caused by factory smoke and car exhaust in tokyo started to be a problem in the 1960s. it followed the country's rapid economic growth. citizen groups filed lawsuits against the government and car manufacturers, saying the pollution damaged their health. the government of tokyo introduced strict regulations for diesel vehicles in 2003. officials banned any buses or trucks that exceeded the standards from being on the streets. t
for the security environment in the asia pacific region owned assets including discussions but the russians did not indicate any change in the japanese that any nation to continue working for peace. he was a ninety second gm this release is visiting japan agreed to help deal with the pumpkin on a sacrificial and nineteen click on it. accompanied by tackling a kit car company presents no means to say he's taking equipment that including miles east to monitor the spread of underground contamination and comscore a movie made inactive or ten credits to the ocean. they put in the sand eel as an angel to honor such as a liking on technologies to contain contaminated quartet and they in mind be of help. the knees and he doesn't need to beef up technical cooperation in high heels most assumed identity. we have many old circles to overcome that she will die each day. such is the decommissioning and removal of use fuel rods we're encouraged to be able to work together to work with you peeps. there is still working on ways to identify example when adelaide and divorce case the team from one to keep track
have benefited from the growth of their economy, but the environment has paid a price. air pollution is the most obvious side effect. now government officials are trying to clear away the smog and haze. those from beijing have come to tokyo to learn more about how the japanese capital did it years ago. nhk world's tomoko kamata reports. >> reporter: six officials from beijing's environment department met with tokyo metropolitan government officials. >> translator: we set tokyo standards as our goal in the field of air pollution. we're looking forward to getting many good results. >> reporter: air pollution in china in the capital city hit unsafe levels earlier this month. beijing has taken measures to cut the pollutant's 2.5 by more than 25% by 2017. the plan includes the construction of a thermal power plant using natural gas instead of coal. they will also introduce eco-friendly commuter busses. a tokyo environmental official explained what they've done to combat air pollution over the last 50 years. pollution caused by factory smoke and car exhaust in tokyo started to be a problem
inning. she operations but a real strain on the environment. this picture because the fuel for the shelter gloucester melts which is expensive and potentially destructive to the environment. now with cheap monday's stock can see the benefits for themselves and that it needed to properly manage the baby bargains. i saw changing environments execute its use is important and security organizations makes encourages the nations that provide troops equipment to comply with laws and environmental management cherries are the luckiest be a good bonus in any country improving efficiency would have clear benefits. saving the money on fuel. reducing national carbon emissions and improving all the rains and effectiveness of all forces in the field. of course it's a difficult task that comes to priorities against protect our the saree eight. makes routine forces to pretend that these goals can give hundred pounds. it isn't what it will be an all around and uses the two seats short of what i wanted to go to the eight week check the state level are the ones that can fit into one so we didn
. he said it's necessary because the security environment in asia is getting more severe. lawmakers on a parliamentary committee are taking a closer look at the bill. the prime minister wants to build a body that's similar to the u.s. national security council. he would chair meetings and his foreign and defense ministers would take part, along with the chief cabinet secretary. the national security office would be created within the cabinet secretariat at the same time. the chief cabinet secretary spoke during the meeting. he urged lawmakers to get the bill enacted as soon as possible. >> translator: the security environment surrounding japan is increasingly unstable. regular forums involving the prime minister discussing the security issues are vital. this will allow the prime minister to take strong leadership in the field of national security. >> suga said the head of the national security office would be in charge of the administrative affairs. the national security council would advise the prime minister directly. he added, the posts could be filled by individuals from the pub
of an artificial environment, but i thought that the taiwan tech trek provided a great chance for us to come short term, work, get practical experience, and the other people -- meet other people. >> let me ask the two of you, has the program so far been pretty much what you expected, or is it beyond your expectations? has it fallen a tad short of what you originally envisioned? >> judging from the description, job description, i had no idea what to expect. i just went in with no expectations, open mind. >> good for you. >> after talking to everyone else, i decided our internship was amazing because we got to go on trips. we learned practical skills. it's a lot more satisfying. i'm very happy with it right now. >> how about you, gina? >> i expected that taiwan and taipei was going to be really fun. every time i come back i always enjoy myself. this internship has really gone beyond my expectations. like david, i really didn't know what i was going to be doing this summer. when people asked me what is your internship, video -- >> i was like, propaganda, maybe. [laughter] >> we have been able to trav
to the environment he said exceptionally rich neighbors are wrong. the resources to pursue. the two thousand the earthquake. you can retrieve these pseudo shown to be causing one and thirty seven pm. he said. we need to do so. tensions. at that. i knew it. as. are you whom i the reunion. i cry i did. at that we were will it or not a hole. who knew me although. the i love. it didn't. i love. its. i was someone should start teaching when people get distinction that occurred during the week with its power its utopian to speak to the mountains you're the queen. the wind from show to walk home was impassable. sharks were a common occurance causing fresh mud and landslides sitting back congress the most europeans to sleep in for years. consider this to him. people will vote on mostly to repair the crew to shoot just transportation between and. while reconstruction is in full swing. and with them only to strengthen in the rescue worker disease control giant pandas and new construction project of giant panda disease control and prevention center is launched it to john young. the new facility is exp
there's no direct contact with people in the environment and get them all in fact especially from a consideration for the plane bill with dissipation of foreign investors demonstrate the specific hr policy of one hundred and twenty domestic employees. the only one former senior experts are residents of cool side district center in neighboring villages. i like my job very much. it's not hard at all. i just have to control the process. the cut special attention is paid here to the quality of the product. place all for you tonight because shire pharmaceuticals production of construction materials brother dies and gunpowder the plan also helps to saudi very serious problem of the region decreasing the reserve said that a new soul for accumulated over the nineties which mean the residents of the region concerned about the negative effect on the environment local authorities sure that's all for paths around ten years will be eliminated by the end of next year sulfur generated in the oil extraction process will be processed and then exported students from countries that have developed in
a legal structure that will suit the difficult security environment. [ trumpets sounding ] abe spoke to about 4,000 self-defense force personnel at an annual review at a garrison in osaka, north of tokyo. >> translator: you may think it's enough for you to just participate in training. or you may think defense capability itself works as a deterrent, but as s.d.f. members, you have to completely get rid of those old-fashioned ideas. >> he said japan needs to constantly pursue the best possible security policies, and he said the control tower will be the national security council that he plans to set up. abe added that he would like to see a public debate on whether japan can exercise its right to collective self-defense and participate in collective u.n. security operations. >>> japanese and chinese experts are trying to mend bilateral ties. they've called on their governments to set up a crisis management mechanism to prevent accidental clashes over a territorial dispute. they made the appeal at an annual private sector forum on sunday. the event was organized by a japanese think tan
they do not have a detrimental impact on the environment. the u.k. is showing such projects might even be used to benefit nature to summit stent. on britain's east coast, the company is helping to build an artificial nature preserve. it looks like untouched nature. but a lot of hard work has gone into these mud flats on the part of nature conservationists. if he had his way, the entire essex coastline would be reclaimed for nature. the wetlands provide nesting grounds for many bird species. they also help to prevent flooding along the coast. >> the mud flat is an amazing reproductive habitat. it is more productive than the farmland behind us. >> earlier generations on the island reclaimed this farmland from the ocean. bird conservation's want to undo that and turn it back into mud flats and marshes. >> we have lost about 32% of our coastal grazing marsh since 1932. it is important to put that back. there will be a seawall and a new habitat. over 600 hectares of new mud flat and lagoons. >> the farmland will need to be flooded with sea water. but first, it needs to be covered with a lay
, and then store it. >> officials with the environment ministry say residents on about 100 islands rely on diesel to feed energy to their homes and businesses. they say natural disasters could disrupt fuel industries leading to blackouts. they want to use renewable energy resources to reduce the dependence on diesel. and store electricity to be used in case of disasters. they're discussing the floating wi wind. seeking about $80 million for the project in fiscal 2014, which starts in april. >>> japanese leaders are looking abroad to promote the country's pop culture. they've signed up students from 33 countries to act as volunteer ambassadors. some of them are already at work. they help pitch japanese games, music and film at a trade show here in tokyo. here's nhk world's reporter. >> reporter: at this year's festival, a record of over 26 countries and regions, and 300 organizations. this is different from the year before. the events were divided by content. cartoon producers went to the anime events, pop industry scouts to music events, and so on. overseas buyers can see all these cultural offer
with the environment ministry say residents on about 100 islands rely on diesel to feed energy to their homes and businesses. natural disasters could lead to blackouts. they want to use renewable energy sources to reduce dependence on diesel. they plan to install devices to store electricity to be used in case of disasters. they're testing floating wind turbines off you the goto islands. they plan to carry out similar experiences in other local places. they're seeking $80 million for the project in fiscal 2014 starting in april. >>> japan's financial regulators plan to inspect three major banking groups next week. they include mizuhol bank that loans to organized groups. the agencies have notified the three groups of the upcoming inspections. officials plan to start investigating these institutions beginning next tuesday. the inspections will focus on legal compliance systems of banks including measures to prevent transactions with criminals. officials will czech to see if mizohu is working to align principles submitted monday. >>> a major farmer's organization is throwing combined weight beh
be down to sixty seventy s so that we didn't use it to turn this into clean. totally sterile environment the technician is preparing the back seats that will soon be used in the first clinical trials in humans into tv spots. i've been getting from what they. i think that would be into it that way. then the participants' blood samples will be brought back to display any antibodies in it tested. the body can recover the difference when the input of the virus if they do. oh and my pride even though the effect is perfect. but will the vaccine be affected. against the notorious deviant flu swine flu. director kylie little did it the wind room and found our region that we selected the kaplan said that when he said oh so but it's quite the footy give the fray they hope to read the official council would you say a kind of battle. of course the only way to know for sure is to expose the blood samples from the clinical trials to the actual flu virus is right here in this land over him and for all we do not have it the landfill but we're hoping to get in there for the study would begin we get this
for developing a more stable environment. it has become more complicated. in some ways, it is much more flexible as a region. >> i want to thank you for joining us. i want to thank andrew in washington, our correspondents throughout west africa, marc perlman, many thanks. this is a story we will continue to follow. reactions fom the families and political reactions at the top of the hour. for us, we say goodbye. when we come back, part two. we are going to be looking at a whole different scene in china. after that explosion monday indiana menswear. stay with us. >> welcome back. this is the debate. we're going to turn our attention to china. as beijing's most famous square witnessed the chinese capital's first ever major suicide attack. after monday's explosion of a car on tiananmen square 200 yards from the rear at -- great hall of peoples where chinese leaders were reportedly in meetings, five killed including two tourists run over by the car before it exploded. we will hear from eyewitnesses and a moment. a manhunt is on for two man. one is aged 25. the other, 42 years old. the compasses, per
have not understood is not an environment profit. it's no way he'll can prove that will define whether you will get economic woes in the future and the story is that to realize this. the backpack so that some uphill battles the dow also some undercurrents click on each instance getting more more into the quarry economics teaching and that gets me quite some time to look for a moment that a report prepared by a false bank appetite which is some sometimes surprising consequences of climate change and this comes from switzerland three hundred thousand acres the tories have long made it to l a treat to see the aaa team in the swiss alps. it seemed to sustain it and reduce the rate in two thousand and four to make out the bbc highest number in the cities to sit and assessed by the us is the time we come here became a lost and found a sunny beautiful and wanted to come again. david vulcan he's also making. he's going up the mountain but for different reasons the scientists has been studying the rapid loss of licence with swans alpine region to treat the npt to refine kids eat use to exchang
it to turn this into clean. totally sterile environment. a technician is preparing the back seats that will soon be used in the first clinical trials in humans in a tv spots. i've been getting from what they. i think that would be into it that way. then the participants' blood samples will be brought back to the slaying of any antibodies in it tested using the body's chemical retired from playing the influenza virus that if they do. oh and my pride. even though the effect is perfect. but will the vaccine be affected against the notorious deviant flu swine flu director kylie. little did they the wife norma and found our region. we selected the couple said that when you said also by its white dove so to give the fray. they hope to read the official council would you say a kind of battle. of course the only way to know for sure is to expose the blood samples from the clinical trials to the actual flu virus is right here in this play with them and for all we do not have it the landfill but we're hoping to get in there for the study would think you read this if you know something. and
environment and that reflects its strong fundamentals and skills policy making. ahmad tales de lago di assistant director of the imf asia pacific department led a team of officials who met with key financial and economic policymakers in korea over the past two weeks to assess korea's economic health speaking at a press briefing on friday she said. korea will achieve two point eight per cent gdp growth this year and three point seven per cent growth in twenty fourteen. two sets of numbers which meant a change from previous imf forecast with what korea stability in the financial sector with banks now less vulnerable to external liquidity shocks however in the longer term she says. or you will still be sometimes in tasks at home with rising corporate and household debts. we'll bring down the domestic economy. we are somewhat less optimistic however that growth prospects in the longer end. even the we each may relate to the weak momentum as domestic demand which will in my continued heavy reliance on that exports. on the one hand and then given on the other hand the pressures. from rock th
the department for environment in a different offense as the biscuit dough with babies and three the uk is still extremely tired kant's disagree. several have already set and stocking up on a baby's bassinet in order to protect the stop the boys had on teen london's. thus a report coming up here next mrt after a short break. todd eye. i know the room. the office of civil rights in the city of seattle washington has told city employees that certain terms may not be used in official e mails and discussion scoring that goal fox news. these terms the brown bag and citizen ninety percent of americans of the cute expression brown bag think of taking a nice healthy lunch we had on a brown paper bag to work with themselves. let the court considered the land these words are an obvious reminder of the days when a person's skin color was compared to a brown paper bag to determine race off anymore even remotely two listed races and needs to be banned between the giver of a warm blanket because the keys of native americans deceased or blankets to kill them on and the clock to win with beans so exaggerated th
that they are given receipts. one shopkeepers to realize that in a fair business environment giving receipts is normal. whoever doesn't pay taxes jointly seriously jeopardizing the country's competitive capability. so by using an unfair advantage during the petition on federal if italy. evening in practice law. even during spot at a bar come with a receipt. and that's no bad thing because come the morning after the night before from all the complains that the drinking was nearly late to take part in the draw. do so ally in the period to stop this. that's how survivors describe the risque of thousands of danish during the second book will denmark was invaded by hitler's troops in nineteen fourteen and three is like a german diplomat its differentiated himself from the regime while the and denmark of that time typically seem to concentration camps. the fled to escape to sweeten with the help of the local population. reese robina dh has returned to custard powder on the outskirts of copenhagen. to mark the seventieth anniversary of his escape over the lesson straight. then thirteen year old who was born
travel qualify. the cuckoo actually get this bike. the department for environment and improve the offense as the biscuit until we get freebies and string the uk is still extremely tired. these disagree. several have already been stocking up for babies. in order to protect passed on. the boys had umpteen london's. hse with the new t mobile fingers to open up now in the meantime as promised. it is max and the skies are born here aye aye aye aye aye. the zz you i him especially his teacher texas has been fired for posing nude in playboy before she became a teacher. to find out about this demand that she be fired because her past is inappropriate and that it was a distraction the class from what is was something she did the past which was legal to use i mean if you pose for playboy who are forbidden to work in the normal world. also as a former teenage boy i can tell you that any young attractive featu will cause a distraction with the boys wanted to fire people from being distracting than one method for every teacher with a handicap or abnormal appearance on the other hand all teachers are s
sampling gets a shawl from being recounted that it has to adjust to its new environment. it weakens the blondes. it's called ponting shawl. and it depends how big the shawl is. for one time or money carries int the ground weekend the likelihood they will supply official is even lower the ground here is simply too tough on these and so does roll sundry it's never easy job to begin this friday evening a hundred and sixty saplings left uncounted the kitchen crew is waiting for the moment is returned dinner is all organic. to falsify do with this tomorrow to hear another four days as they could teach for the forest. we are. and i'm going to go and counting with the second one was. the issue yours. i am. you can go to school. the no productivity the devil to get into a new design. tsk tsk tsk. nm. dvds rule woohoo lulu. the my guess. and by the antenna and yet of tissue with its dynamic economy. it s
the question what are common standards when it comes to consumer protection when it comes to environment protection and also when it comes to civil liberties and privacy for example an icing that it's only normal that we asked the us as europeans to also deliver those questions in parenthood to these prayer nova stations in the us as overseas surveillance tactics us and the use of free trade talks. he is proposed to data protection laws. all seemed a previously more unrelated thus the question about personal versus state privacy becomes more relevant and cartilage. all these issues have begun to convert an important questions about the future of privacy are being asked to set her down in court and won the european parliament in stroudsburg the syrian government minister said the foreign fighters to enter the country to conduct or behind the outbreak of polio the destructive rebel controlled north late last month the united nations health agency for ten cases of polio in northeast syria the first confirmed outbreak in the country in fourteen years. the cases consist of babies and toddler
of french football. >> the meeting took place in an environment that left all of the major players to express their concern. there worries. -- their worries. >> a good atmosphere? that is not quite the way the french football officials saw it. >> the possibility of moving forward for the time being, there has been no progress regarding the possibility of a solution. we might have even taken a step backward. >> is socialism going to kill french but all? dan leavy is our "france 24" sports editor. thank you for being on set with us. we have a business consultant. he will be telling us whether clubs can still be competitive after the super tax. elizabeth is a columnist for the sunday telegraph. you have been writing about these tax issues. an economist passionate about football and writing about economics. he has a book, do not blame football. thank you to everyone for being with us. my first question, are clubs being a little dramatic? they are saying this is the end of french football. >> for some of them, they could go to the court and face bankruptcy. monaco will not pay any tax
in september. it has been creating a political environment in which there was a political consensus. >> you stand to benefit from the situation and take the lead. we are talking about of confusion for some of the viewers. we are talking about several countries. maybe we can call up the map. it is including a debrief with french intelligence. if you look at the map of west africa, look at the areas that are light-colored. where they have been the past three years. your thoughts on where these hostages may have been held? >> i think the likelihood that they were in southern libya is quite high because you have a region there that is out of the control of the central government where militias are present and really doing the governing. the hostage takers are more likely to have gone there, dispersing the hostages in different press reports to hide them from the intervention taking place in the north of malli. i think it is unlikely they were kept near the nigerian border where security has been quite high. and in the past few months, i think libya really presents the most probable area for the
and generates huge revenues for the federal government. there are concerns though about the environment impact of this project. the san saba and sold to the public as an economic benefit. despite those of concerns about his country's record and the cleanness of the soil, the government really has so much riding on the oil sands project, but it has no chance -- choice but continuing to travel around the world counting it to buyers. passing over this vast archly unspoiled country, it is hard to believe canada is one of the world's leading energy powerhouse is great whether it is coal, uranium, natural gas, or crude oil, it is here, and the government has big plans to use it. >> canada is one of the largest producers in the world, and in almost every case, some of the largest reserves in the world. whatever the energy mix is in the future, i tell people canada will be a major provider. >> with enough reserves to last 150 years, oil from the alberta tar sands is canada's most bankable commodity. during a 25-year span, the canada energy institute estimates that oil sands will at about $2 trillion i
environment. the technician is preparing the back seats that will soon be used in the first clinical trials in humans in the tv spots. i've been getting from what they i think that would be exactly. then the participants' blood samples will be brought back to display any antibodies in it tested. the body can recover no different from the influenza virus that if they do. oh and my pride even though the effect is perfect. but will the vaccine be affected. against the notorious deviants flu swine flu. director kylie little did they the wife norma and from our region. we selected the kaplan said that when he said oh so but it's quite the footy give the fe they hope to read the official council would you say a kind of battle. of course the only way to know for sure is to expose the blood samples from the clinical trials to the actual flu virus is right here in this play with them it can only do not have it the landfill but we're hoping to get it to ferment the study would think you read this if you know something. and when should it any response. they have been a pain. david looked into it betwe
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